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- user joined since May 21, 2009
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- Myths ARE:
Mythos in Gk = "story". A myth is "a narrative presentation of the divine, timeless pattern to which life shapes itself".

- Myths are not:
a. A false story or notion.
b. Childish or primitive fables.
c. Proto-science or pseudo-science, as if they are trying to do what science does.

- Belief is phenomenon which is self-experienced.

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No, because they're an optical illusion - their size is dependent upon the distance between you and the water vapor that is refracting the light. It also has to do with the angle in relation to the sun and the sun's height.
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Things you can do for Immediate Relief when you're in pain, to reduce the pain.

-- Have a bath or shower.
-- Lie down to rest in a dark room.
-- Avoid bright or flashing light.
-- Put something cold on the back of your neck, such as
a cold, wet cloth; or alternate hot and cold cloths
where the pain is.
-- Put a cold compress on your forehead and your feet in a
container of warm water.
-- Have a drink of water or natural juice, especially tomato juice.
-- Have some food, or a nutritious drink, if you
haven't eaten for a while.
-- Massage your own face, head, neck and shoulders, or get someone
else to do those and your back. Relax your muscles.
-- Press on two pressure points at the back of the neck. These
points are about two inches apart, just below the base of
the skull. Press for a minute or two. This releases
endorphins that help against pain.
-- Massage or press on the fleshy area between thumb and
-- Gently lean the head to left or right to stretch the neck muscles.
Massage and relax any tense muscles.
-- Avoid sources of stress. Cancel activities so there's less
to worry about.
-- Avoid exercise during a headache if it makes throbbing pain
in the head and neck worse. On
the other hand, generally exercise improves health, and
it may help you relax during a headache.
-- Take some niacin (a form of vitamin B3). Taking enough
niacin to cause a flush (blood rushing to the skin) can
provide relief from headache pain, but this much niacin
can also have side effects (flush, nausea, heartburn,
liver damage, etc.) Niacinamide doesn't have such bad
side effects, but isn't as much use against migraines, either.
Smaller, safer amounts of niacin are also helpful.
Niacin can trigger a migraine, though.
-- Take some vitamin C, vitamin B6, choline, tryptophan and niacin
and/or magnesium

Wish you a wonderful birthday in advance and hope you have memorable and great time.

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We all fall in love more than once... until we discover the meaning of true love, and once we realize the meaning of true love, we do not fall in love there after.

So... Yes, we all have only one true love plus we all have different needs! We may feed those needs (going out with most beautiful/handsome woman/man, dating more than one girl/guy simultaneously) and try to convincing ourself that this current partner is the true love I was seeking for. But the spot of true love can only be filled not replaced.

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I believe each day is the most important day of the year, coz you live each day without knowing what is in the stock... so each day makes you wiser and brings you surprises & experience and prepares you for coming day.
"The past is history, the future's mystery, the present is a gift – that's why it's called the present."

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